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Ask, and you shall receive, my dear anon.


clutched the phone in his hand, holding it firmly against his ear as he waited
for the tone to be replaced by the voice he so desperately wanted to hear.

His body
was shaking, the remains of his nightmare still clinging on to him, even thirty
minutes after he’d woken up. Zane couldn’t even remember what the dream had
been about, but he remembered it being bad enough to have him waking up gasping
for air, as the memories of every horrible thing that had happened to him,
starting with Becky’s death, flooded his brain all at once, leaving him nearly
paralyzed with the intensity of it all.

It was a
rare occasion for Zane to be so shaken by a nightmare that he still hadn’t calmed
down after half an hour, and it had been so long since the last time it had
happened that Zane was reaching for his phone and finding Ty’s number before he
knew what he was doing.

It took six
rings before Ty’s gruff voice answered.

“Grady.” He muttered, the introduction
giving away the fact that he hadn’t even checked the display of his phone
before taking Zane’s call.

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You are the sweetest, anon! Thank you so much for your lovely message! 

Here you go. ❤


are you?!” Ty shouted, looking around the big, vast emptiness around him.
He saw nothing but miles and miles of sand, stretching as far as his eye could
see in the darkness.

It was cold
out here. Freezing, even, which was a stark contrast to the unbearable heat he
fought against during the day.

Ty did what
he could to navigate through the dark, but it was hard. He was disoriented, and
cold, and edging towards a panic because Zane was gone. He’d been right there,
just a few minutes ago, and now Ty couldn’t find him. Couldn’t see him, or hear
him, or feel him anywhere near him.

“Zane, you
son of a bitch, where the hell are you?!” He tried again, looking around
frantically. He couldn’t lose Zane — couldn’t lose him in the desert. Ty had
lost too much in the desert already.

darkness surrounded him and despite being out in the wide open, Ty felt
trapped. Trapped and alone, because Zane wasn’t there anymore.

And Zane
had promised him he wouldn’t leave him alone in the dark.

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